Title: Speeches and Orations of John Warwick Daniel
Publication Date: 1911
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
J.P. Bell Company, Inc., VA. Daniel was from Lynchburg, VA. He entered the Confederate Army at 19 as a Lieutenant in the Stonewall Brigade. Later he was Major and Chief-of-Staff to General Jubal Early. He was four times wounded and was left crippled by a wound from the Battle of the Wilderness. After the war he practiced law and represented Virginia in both congress and the US Senate from 1887 to his death in 1910. The book is a series of his speeches from 1866 thru 1903. The book was compiled by his son. Very good copy of the first edition in a good dust jacket. The dust jacket has some wear and a light stain on the left side of the spine. Gilded page tops. 787 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 6102
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